- Follow along as we discover who wins in these 5 cities, Biden or Trump.
Every election is determined by the people who show up. And it’s going to come down to voter turnout in 5 cities for a Biden/Harris win.
Interesante is tracking 2020 results and comparing turnout to 2016.
- Click on the city cards to expand the view
- Scroll down to see the rest of the city cards
Voting data from NYTimes 2012 & 2016 election results and verified by each state’s voting data listed on their state government website.
In 2016, one of the big problems was the decline in voter turnout in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Flint, and Milwaukee. Polls indicate that in the suburban areas surrounding these 5 cities, Trump will lose voter share from women who will vote for Biden this time around.
We chose our goal number of votes for a decisive win based on adding 10% to the 2012 democrat voter turnout. If we reach these target numbers, Biden likely wins the election.
The late John Lewis said it best: “The vote is precious. It is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democratic society, and we must use it.”